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Kate Middleton donned £129 Massimo Dutti jumper to tease unveiling of her Early Years survey results

The Duchess of Cambridge looked chic in a £129 Massimo Dutti blush pink jumper as she teased the results of her Early Years survey will be unveiled this week.  

Kate Middleton,  38, appeared in a clip filmed in the living room at her Kensington Palace home yesterday, which she shares with Prince William, 38, and their three children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.

The mother-of-three, who is known for her love of high street pieces and thriftily rewearing older garments, opted for a cosy blush pink 100 per cent cashmere knit for the occasion.

The style appears to be a favourite for the royal, who earlier this year stepped out in an identical jumper from the brand in a baby blue colour.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, looked chic in a £129 Massimo Dutti blush pink jumper as she teased the results of her Early Years survey will be unveiled this week

Kate wore her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side parting for the clip and opted for minimal makeup as she sported a simple smokey eye. 

She added a touch of glamour to the occasion by wearing the £360 gold plated Paleontology Nugget Necklace from British jewellery designer Alex Monroe. 

The royal is known to be a fan of the Spanish brand, having stepped out in a near-identical baby blue cashmere jumper during a visit to a university in Derby in September.

At the time, she paired the cosy knit with a £249 beige check coat from the label.

The mother-of-three, who is known for her love of high street pieces and thriftily rewearing older garments, opted for a cosy blush pink 100 per cent cashmere knit for the occasion

The mother-of-three, who is known for her love of high street pieces and thriftily rewearing older garments, opted for a cosy blush pink 100 per cent cashmere knit for the occasion

And earlier this year, she donned a £349 camel coat from Massimo Dutti for a trip to Cardiff to launch her landmark survey on early childhood development. 

During the video, which was posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram page yesterday, the Duchess said she would announce the 5 Big Insights from her 5 Big Questions survey in the coming days.

The mother-of-three said after a ‘hugely challenging’ year ‘for us all’, there ‘hasn’t been a more important time to talk about families’, adding: ‘We are all on this journey together.’   

She revealed the survey received over 500,000 responses,  adding: ‘Earlier this year we asked you five big questions about raising our under fives.

Earlier this year, the Duchess stepped out in a similar jumper from the brand in a baby blue colour during a visit to a university in Derby

Earlier this year, the Duchess stepped out in a similar jumper from the brand in a baby blue colour during a visit to a university in Derby 

‘More than half a million of you answered that call. We’ve produced the UK’s biggest ever study on the early years.

‘Later on this week, we’ll share 5 Big Insights we discovered and I’ll take your questions.’

The Five Big questions On The Under-Fives attracted over hundreds of thousands of responses after it was launched in January.

The Duchess of Cambridge posed at her Kensington Palace home, which she shares with Prince William, 38, and their three children, Prince George , seven, Princess Charlotte , five, and Prince Louis , two

The Duchess of Cambridge posed at her Kensington Palace home, which she shares with Prince William, 38, and their three children, Prince George , seven, Princess Charlotte , five, and Prince Louis , two

The month-long online poll, conducted by Ipsos Mori on behalf of Kate’s Royal Foundation, is thought to be the biggest survey of its kind and the data will guide the duchess’ future work. 

In February, the Duchess embarked on a UK-wide tour promoting the survey, visiting MiniBrum at ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum; Ely and Careau Children’s Centre in Cardiff and HMP Send near Woking.

She also met with families at an ice cream shop in Mumbles, South Wales, and at Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School, in London.  


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